RESTON, VA – November 14, 2021 – For the third consecutive year, Altum has made the list of NVTC Tech 100 Honorees, a roster of cutting-edge companies who are driving tech innovation, leading economic growth, and making a positive impact in the region.
“2022 has been a year of tremendous growth for our region’s technology hub, thanks to the dynamic companies and individuals who are innovating and making a positive impact in the world. Their contributions are the reason our region is one of the nation’s most vibrant and collaborative technology communities,” said Jennifer Taylor, president and CEO of NVTC.
The 2022 program attracted nearly 200 nominations across three award categories: Company, Executive, and NextGen Leader. A panel of independent judges — including John Song, Baird; Sam Maness, Raymond James Associates; and Jamie Graham, Kipps De Santo — reviewed each of the nominations. This year’s NVTC Tech 100 list comprises 71 tech companies, 23 executives, and 6 emerging leaders who consistently demonstrate dedication, vision, and innovation in our tech region.
“NVTC congratulates Altum for going above and beyond within their company and in their respective industry. Even in these unprecedented times of record levels of high-inflation and hybrid-work, the future of our tech community is brighter than ever, because of the momentous contributions of these leaders and companies.,” Ms. Taylor, said.
“We’re honored to once again be named an NVTC Tech 100 honoree and to be part of the vibrant Washington, DC technology ecosystem”, said Steve Pinchotti, CEO of Altum.
“We are the clear leader in the SaaS research grants management product category”, Mr. Pinchotti added. “Our mission is to empower the entire research ecosystem with the tools and data needed to make smarter funding decisions, and in turn, deliver scientific outcomes faster.”